The Hawkley Inn ~ Located in the stunning, picturesque village of Hawkley - some three and a half miles north of Petersfield, the inn shines brightly in an area of outstanding natural beauty, attracting walkers, cyclists, horse riders, back packers and outdoorsy types in general drawn to the breathtaking views of its South Downs National Park location, its selection of seven real ales and its fresh, locally-sourced seasonal menu.

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The White Hart ~ Set within the scenic South Downs, sumptuous outdoor dining, a refreshing drinks menu and accommodation is on offer... and hopefully summer sunshine!

Five Bells Buriton ~ A traditional country pub within walking distance of the South Downs Way and Queen Elizabeth Country Park. Open all day, it provides an idyllic watering hole and lovely beer garden. Inside is cosy and inviting and the kitchen produces delicious home cooked food. Also, take a look at the art for sale on the pub walls and in the gallery...

The Cricketers Inn offers a warm, friendly environment, whether you want to pop in for a pint, a glass of wine and a snack, an intimate dinner for two or a family gathering - you’ll find something for everyone...

The Black Sheep ~ Petersfield’s only sports bar showing all Sky, BT and terrestrial channels, with three large screens showing rugby, football, tennis, cricket, F1 and more. Five real ales are available on tap, along with an excellent choice of lagers, ciders and wine, and the garden has recently been replanted ready for the summer sunshine...

The Thomas Lord ~ A beautifully restored traditional village pub, nestled in the picturesque village of West Meon. It offers an excellent range of real ales and a menu full of mouth-watering meals, seven days a week.

The Half Moon ~ A warm welcome, freshly-prepared home-cooked food and friendly service. The large castle style bar allows for comfortable sitting at the bar for eating and drinking, with real ales available served straight from the barrel.

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